World Football Update

Jon Forget
Jan 28th 2014

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Feature Matches
We have a terrific week of sport on tap at the Bully, starting this afternoon with the Merseyside Derby.  Liverpool and Everton are both having a stellar season to date, adding extra emphasis to this historic derby.  Other Tuesday matches of note include Arsenal vSouthamptonManchester United v CardiffNorwich v Newcastle, and Real Madrid v Espanyol in the Copa Del Rey.  In the evening we are featuring an International Friendly between Mexico and South Korea, with a 7pm kick off.
Wednesday lunchtime is packed with action from the EPL, Copa Del Rey, and Coppa Italia.  Feature matches include Tottenham v Manchester CityChelsea v West Ham in a London Derby, and Barcelona v Levante in the Copa Del Rey.
We start early on Saturday morning with a full lineup of EPL, that will lead us into a day of La Liga and Serie A fixtures.  Saturday's highlight match falls in the afternoon, with Jurgen Klinsmann's USMNT taking on South Korea.  This will be the first match for the Stars and Stripes in 2014, and the initial tune up for the World Cup!  Kick off is at 3pm, and falls directly into our Happy Hour!
We finish the weekend with EPL, La Liga, and Serie A during the day, including West Bromv Liverpool, Arsenal Crystal Palace, and Juventus v Inter Milan in a big Serie A clash.  The highlight match for Sunday will be the Denver Broncos facing the Seattle Seahawks in the final contest of the 2013/14 NFL season!  Lets Go Broncos!
On the Horizon
The day after the Super Bowl we have a super EPL clash to look forward to, withManchester City battling Chelsea!  Midweek we'll feature an FA Cup replay match, and next weekends highlight matches include Liverpool v Arsenal, and Tottenham vEverton!
This Week's Football
Tuesday January 28th
Manchester United v Cardiff 12:45pm (EPL)
Norwich v Newcastle 12:45pm (EPL)
Southampton v Arsenal 12:45pm (EPL)
Swansea v Fulham 12:45pm (EPL)
Liverpool v Everton 1pm (EPL)
Crystal Palace v Hull City 1pm (EPL)
Real Madrid v Espanyol 1pm (Copa Del Rey)
Mexico v South Korea 7pm (International Friendly)
Wednesday January 29th
Athletic Bilbao v Atletico Madrid 12pm (Copa Del Rey)
Aston Villa v West Brom 12:45pm (EPL)
Sunderland v Stoke 12:45pm (EPL)
Chelsea v West Ham 12:45pm (EPL)
Tottenham v Manchester City 12:45pm (EPL)
Napoli v Lazio 12:45pm (Coppa Italia)
Barcelona v Levante 2pm (Copa Del Rey)
Thursday January 30th
Racing Santander v Real Sociedad 1pm (Copa Del Rey)
Friday January 31st
Eintracht v Borussia Dortmund 12:30pm (Bundesliga)
Paris St. Germain v Bordeaux 12:30pm (Ligue 1)
Granada v Celta Vigo 1pm (La Liga)
Saturday February 1st
Newcastle v Sunderland 5:45am (EPL)
West Ham v Swansea 5:45am (EPL)
Cardiff v Norwich 8am (EPL)
Everton v Aston Villa 8am (EPL)
Fulham v Southampton 8am (EPL)
Hull v Tottenham 8am (EPL)
Stoke v Manchester United 8am (EPL)
Barcelona v Valencia 8am (La Liga)
Levante v Rayo Vallecano 10am (La Liga)
Getafe v Real Vallodolid 12pm (La Liga)
AC Milan v Torino 12:45pm (Serie A)
Malaga v Sevilla 2pm (La Liga)
USA v South Korea 3pm (International Friendly)
Sunday February 2nd
West Brom v Liverpool 6:30am (EPL)
Arsenal v Crystal Palace 9am (EPL)
Atletico Madrid v Real Sociedad 11am (La Liga)
Juventus v Inter 12:45pm (Serie A)
Athletic Bilbao v Real Madrid 1pm (La Liga)
Denver Broncos v Seattle Seahawks 4:30pm (NFL Super Bowl)
Monday February 3rd
Manchester City v Chelsea 1pm (EPL)
You can see all the games at Denver's best two football bars:
Three Lions
2239 East Colfax Ave

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British Bulldog Pub
2052 Stout St

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